Ezra Miller has ‘taken control of girl, 18, and plied her with drugs and alcohol’, parents claim


Scandal-hit actor Ezra Miller, 29, has been accused of taking control of a teenage activist, plying her with alcohol, LSD and marijuana, forcing her to drop out of school and taking away her personal items.

Tokata Iron Eyes, now 18, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, met the Flash star when she was just 12 years old when the then 23-year-old Miller visited their reservation in North Dakota. 

The film star, who who identifies as non-binary and queer and uses the pronouns they/them, would likely haven been filming Justice League at the time, where one of the sets was located in nearby Illinois. 

Tokata’s parents claim they sparked up an unlikely friendship and Miller even flew her to London two years later to visit the Fantastic Beasts studio.

The parents claim in a lawsuit that the actor, supplied their underage daughter with drugs and alcohol and disrupted her Massachusetts private schooling to such an extent that she dropped out of in December.

When they flew to Miller’s home in Vermont in January to retrieve Tokata, they allegedly found bruises on her body and she no longer had a driving license, car keys or a bank card, TMZ reported. 

Scandal-hit actor Ezra Miller (pictured), 29, has been accused of taking control of a teenage activist and separating her from her family 

Tokata Iron Eyes (pictured in 2018), a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, met the Flash star when she was just 12 years old

Tokata Iron Eyes (pictured in 2018), a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, met the Flash star when she was just 12 years old

When the teenager was returned to her parents’ home, she fled again to New York to reunite with Miller and they have since allegedly been traveling together to Vermont, Hawaii and Los Angeles. 

It is just the latest legal case involving Miller, who was arrested in Hawaii in April for allegedly throwing a chair at a woman’s head after refusing to leave her home, weeks after another arrest for spitting in someone’s face in a bar during a game of darts.

Tokata’s father Chase Iron Eyes, a former Democratic House candidate for North Dakota, and his wife, said in their lawsuit: ‘Ezra uses violence, intimidation, threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs to hold sway over a young adolescent Tokata.’

The parents are asking the court to intervene and issue an order of protection against Miller on behalf of their daughter.

Ezra Miller’s hell year: From two arrests in Hawaii to sharing a cryptic message to the KKK  

Miller made headlines this past January, when they posted a video on Instagram that was later deleted, where they threatened members of the Ku Klux Klan operating in Beulaville, North Carolina. 

The 29-year-old Fantastic Beasts actor was at a karaoke bar in Hilo, Hawaii, in March when they were arrested. 

They were reportedly harassing a number of patrons with belligerent behavior.

The police were called at 11.30pm on Sunday evening and arrested the actor on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment.

The incident happened at a karaoke bar on Silva Street in Hilo, where Miller was reportedly hurling obscenities at a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke. 

The actor also tried to grab the microphone from the woman while she was in mid-song. 

Later on in the night, they lunged at a 32-year-old man who was playing darts at the bar.

The bar owner reportedly asked them to calm down numerous times, though that tactic seemingly didn’t work, when the police were called. 

The actor was arrested and later released on a $500 bail. 

A month later, he was arrested again in Hawaii after allegedly throwing a chair at a woman’s head when she asked them to leave her home. 

Authorities were called to the Leilani State Subdivision in Pāhoa shortly after 1am. 

Authorities said Miller became irate after they were asked to leave a gathering at a residence and threw a chair, striking a 26-year-old woman on the forehead.

The unidentified woman was left with a half-inch cut but refused treatment, police said. The Hollywood star was arrested 20 minutes after the attack during a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 130 and Kukula Street in Kea’au.

Miller was released at 4am. 

A hearing is set for next month.

Tokata dismissed the concerns in a post on social media, writing: I’d like to make a statement to acknowledge the tragedy that is the narrative of the general public and the assumptions made on my behalf by my family and friends regarding my stability and otherwise.

‘I dropped out of bard five months ago, my friend and comrade William passed shortly there after, my mind was incredibly impacted and I’ve needed space and time for the processing of grief.

‘My comrade Ezra Miller for the entirety of the aforementioned era has only provided loving support and invaluable protection throughout this period of loss.’

Tokata began her life as an activist aged nine when she testified against a uranium mine in the Black Hills.

She also was a prominent campaigner against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline and has appeared alongside Greta Thunberg to discuss climate concerns.

Miller has been involved in a series of run-ins with the law involving drugs and violence.

In Hawaii in March, the actor reportedly hurled obscenities at a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke then tried to grab the microphone from her mid-song at Margarita Village Bar in Hilo.

On the same night, they lunged at a 32-year-old man who was playing darts at the bar and spat in his face. Police were eventually called in to deal with the out-of-control star. 

They later pleaded no contest and were fined $500 for disorderly conduct.

Weeks later, Miller became irate after they were asked to leave a gathering and threw a chair, striking a 26-year-old woman on the forehead. 

The unidentified woman was left with a half-inch cut but refused treatment, police said. The Hollywood star was arrested 20 minutes after the attack during a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 130 and Kukula Street in Kea’au. 

The couple Miller was staying with bailed them out for $500 but then they issued a restraining order against the actor. 

The pair said Miller threatened them and robbed them while they were staying in the couple’s Hawaii home. 

The husband, who has not been publicly named, alleged that after returning home, Miller had a breakdown and threatened his wife, saying: ‘I will bury you and your s*** wife.’ 

The couple has since dropped the petition for a restraining order. 

Warner Bros and DC executives held an emergency meeting in March where they agreed to halt any future projects involving Miller, sources told Rolling Stone. 

Miller, a non-binary actor playing The Flash in the DC Cinematic Universe, has had a series of run-ins with the law

Miller, a non-binary actor playing The Flash in the DC Cinematic Universe, has had a series of run-ins with the law

Insiders told the publication that Miller, who has a history of ‘meltdowns,’ will not be involved in any public appearances for the DC Cinematic Universe despite Miller’s The Flash slated to premiere next year. 

Miller previously drew controversy in April 2020 when a video circulated that allegedly showed the actor choking a woman while at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland, Variety reported. 

Amid the recent scandal, a video resurfaced on Twitter of Miller appearing to choke a woman at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland

A source told Variety the incident took place after 'pushy fans' approached Miller and they lost their temper

Amid the recent scandal, a video resurfaced on Twitter of Miller appearing to choke a woman at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland

Tokata was a prominent campaigner against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline and has appeared alongside Greta Thunberg to discuss climate concerns (pictured together in 2019)

Tokata was a prominent campaigner against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline and has appeared alongside Greta Thunberg to discuss climate concerns (pictured together in 2019)

In the video, Miller grabs the woman by the throat and attempts to throw her to the ground.

‘Woah, bro. Bro,’ the person filming says.

A source told Variety the incident took place after ‘pushy fans’ approached Miller and the actor lost their temper.

Miller has never publicly addressed the incident.

Miller also made headlines in January when they posted a now-deleted video on Instagram threatening members of the Ku Klux Klan operating in Beulaville, North Carolina.

Miller was seen telling members of the Klan to kill themselves with their own guns, otherwise ‘we’ll do it for you if that’s what you want.’

Miller also had a run in with the law in 2011 where they were arrested for drug possession.

The actor, then 19, was the passenger in a vehicle in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, when they were pulled over and cops reportedly discovered 20 grams of marijuana on them.

A judge would later drop the drug possession charge, but they were charged with two citations of disorderly conduct and ordered to pay a fine of $600.

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